at this time and claim to be leaving him to his own thoughts about staying or leaving. While it didn't seem like a reflexive reply to what I imagine is a frequently asked question when I spoke to him in Detroit, what else is the guy going to say...?
I think the only way Johns leaves is if the Blackhawks organization think the regression in his mental game is terminal with the coaching he is getting and want him out of there before further damage is done (sort of what the Isles said when the poached Kyle Okposo from Lucia and Minnesota).
Tynan has seen his production regress each year scoring barely half what he did as a freshman. I don't think he's on the Blue Jackets radar at all as far as getting him to jump.